Sen. Charles Grassley, the chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, sent a seven-page, single-spaced letter posing 16 questions to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
Federal officials have provided more information to reporters at New York Times and Washington Post than they have in response to a congressional subpoena.
White House and congressional officials told The Federalist that the White House does not support DOJ obstruction of a congressional subpoena related to the 2016 Russia investigations.
A top Senate lawmaker still hasn’t received a response from Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, more than two months after asking him for key Clinton investigation details.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein literally laughed at Congress’s right to oversee him and declared he will not change how he does business.
Neither Democrats nor Republicans are concerned about the sanctity of the ‘collusion’ investigation. That doesn’t mean they get to ignore the Constitution.
‘I thought … even though our relationship was becoming strained, there’s no way I’m going to get fired.’
If President Trump were my client, I would make Robert Mueller crawl over hot coals all the way to the Supreme Court and back before I would give up a single scrap of paper.
The federal grand jury found no indication the illegal Russian activity altered the outcome of the election.
Considering the ongoing political siege against the administration, appointing a special counsel looks like an unnecessary risk that could turn into a major blunder.
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